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Set To Pop

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I Went Electric
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This Is Where I Belong
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Trampoline
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In The Line Of Fire
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I Know What Your Thinkin'
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Forget About Us
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Alright
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The Man Who Knew Too Much
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Niagra Falls
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In A Perfect World
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The S.W.A.T. Team Of Love
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A Beautiful Lie
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Channeling The King
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Out Of The Picture
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Anything Less Than Love
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 59:44

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One of the greatest

TimOnVashon

Just a wonderful collection of pop songs that is absolutely great. Got it when it forst comes out and has never been out of heavy rotation -- starts out strong and ends strong!

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Good. Probably Better if You Were There

WDumont

I'm sure if you have recollections of this album it's resonates differently than experiencing it for the first time fifteen years after its release. It's fun, there's some gems in here, but tough to take as a whole.

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A classic

EMUSIC-006mCE28C

One of my first power-pop albums, and one that started a mad spree of buying that's been going on for the past 15 years. Great from beginning to end. Smart, catchy as hell, freakin' rockin'.

They Say All Music Guide

Originally released in 1994, the self-definitive Set to Pop finds Bill Lloyd masterfully asserting his claim to the pop half of the country-pop duo Foster & Lloyd. This reissue (available for the first time in Canada through Denon) is an essential addition to the collection of any fan of melodic, unflashy, guitar-based power pop. Alongside the noble, ringing guitars of “Forget About Us” and “Alright” enjoy the wiggly, quick-picked riff to Ray Davies’ “This Is Where I Belong,” the inherent humor of the AC/DC-meets-bluegrass intro to “In the Line of Fire,” the pointed, John Hiatt-ish barb “The S.W.A.T. Team of Love,” and the dramatic, bass drum-punched chorus of closer “Anything Less than Love.” – Roch Parisien

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